So, what I think about defining a term is that we never and ever can have 'one single statement that uniformly defines' the term. However, I think that we can conceptualize a term, approach it form different theoretical perspectives, and use that definition and approach for the sake of answering the research questions. I dislike trying to have a uniform, coherent definition that everyone uses and builds their definition based on that definition. We must be questioning what are we doing with those definitions, how those definitions contribute to our understanding of the phenomenon that we try to answer. Moreover, I believe that trying to have only one definition for a single phenomenon may exert power, even tensions for researchers who try to adopt changeability of their research. Let's approach this issue from the definition of gender. When we define gender uniformly, we do not have a coherent, consistent definition, but instead we approach gender from a theoretical perspective; such as, essentialist, post-structuralist or post-modern. Based on how we approach gender using theoretical frameworks, we answer the research questions that we pose. Each theoretical framework may approach gender from a uniformed, coherent and consistent perspective, but they all have different conceptualization of gender. I think this may also be applicable for the term emerging technologies.